University of Scranton
Adjunct Faculty - English and Theatre
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To staff a variety of courses each semester in English and Theatre.
Adjunct/affiliate faculty are expected to teach introductory courses in the department of English and Theatre, primarily First-Year Writing, to prepare course materials; to provide support and guidance to students; and to report grades.
Additional Skills Required:
Familiarity w/ MS Office & basic courseware programs.
Minimum Education Requirements:
Master’s Degree in English, Theatre, or MFA in Creative Writing.
ABD or PhD in English
Minimum Job Experience Requirements:
Previous teaching experience and a willingness to be flexible in class scheduling.
Previous teaching experience at the college level.
Full Time/Part Time:
Part Time/Adjunct Faculty
Special Instructions to Applicants:
To apply, visit https://universityofscrantonjobs.com/postings/5290
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